In Part Two, I’m joined by my friend and fellow World of Warcraft fan Max Shelton. This part offers a more in-depth look at the game, focusing on cooperative gameplay.

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  1. by blacklily8, on November 29 2009 @ 8:22 pm


    This one is better than most. I liked it better than other MMOs I’ve played because it is fun to play solo. Still, always better if you’re doing it with good friends.

  2. by blacklily8, on November 29 2009 @ 8:22 pm


    Thanks! Mouse and keyboard is what I use.

  3. by rawkfist208, on November 29 2009 @ 9:47 pm


    I caved. WoW was on sale for $5 on Blizzard’s site this weekend, so I bought it. Haha. Great deal! I’ll prolly play it over Christmas vacation. =D

  4. by RetroComputerMuseum, on November 30 2009 @ 1:13 am


    I’ve never played wow, I’m more into BF2 so this has been interesting, Great stuff 🙂

  5. by nicholsml, on November 30 2009 @ 5:24 am


    BF2 is an awesome game! I haven;t played it in awhile but I loved it when it first came out and still have it laying around here somewhere.

    I’ve been playing Modern Warfare 2 and I also play World of Warcraft, so it is possible to enjoy both game genres. I play an 80 Druid (Alliance) and 80 Rogue (Horde) on Laughing Skull, tons of fun.

  6. by 6thfloormadness, on December 1 2009 @ 7:07 pm


    Yea what GammaGoblin said. It’s just easier to watch them rather than having to backtrack and/or navigate around.

  7. by kanta90, on December 3 2009 @ 9:25 pm


    what video screen recorder do you use?, ive been trying to find a good one, and your quality is amazing nice video too.

  8. by blacklily8, on December 3 2009 @ 9:29 pm


    For this, I used FRAPS. I had to put the game into “Windowed” mode, but it turned out fine.

  9. by HatchetGuy, on December 4 2009 @ 3:34 pm


    i got a lvl 80 warlock Gnome and lvl 55 Gnome mage

  10. by rofltheircopterarya, on December 4 2009 @ 8:20 pm


    extremly informational, ive havent played wow that much then moved to different MMOs is it too late to start wow such as december of 2009 or early 2010?

  11. by kanta90, on December 4 2009 @ 8:47 pm


    is this the payed for fraps if so how much did that cost?

    thanx for answers.

  12. by DcIxvi, on December 4 2009 @ 8:58 pm


    whoa,you can use backstab out of stealth?????

  13. by daekighn, on December 5 2009 @ 12:44 am


    Hey, blacklily8… I’m going to have to speak with you about how to play a rogue(I mean i need help with how to play one) Any tips or anything? if so pm me or we can chat somewhere.. thanks

  14. by sheepslayer70, on December 5 2009 @ 5:11 am


    was the warlock in this video ever role a character on korgath ?

  15. by blacklily8, on December 5 2009 @ 5:29 pm



  16. by blacklily8, on December 5 2009 @ 5:30 pm


    heh, I’m not an expert by any means. I’d recommend looking at the wow wiki.

  17. by blacklily8, on December 5 2009 @ 5:30 pm


    I don’t think so. There is ambush and a few other moves similar to backstab.

  18. by blacklily8, on December 5 2009 @ 5:31 pm


    Never too late. In fact, probably the best time because there is less crowding in the leveling areas.

  19. by blacklily8, on December 5 2009 @ 5:31 pm


    Yes. I think it cost $30 or so. I have used it very often, though, and it’s a lovely program.

  20. by Konuvis, on December 9 2009 @ 9:25 pm


    true you cn just do that at 80 now 😛

  21. by Konuvis, on December 9 2009 @ 9:31 pm


    I know I shouldn’t have watched this!!! damn you!
    I played this game from Hour 1 when we were waiting for the servers to be up. A friend called me a 4 am and it was ON! I didn’t sleep, skipped work…. was great 🙂

    I tend to fall out of love with it after about 4 months but I always get back in with eveyr extension….. I’m trying to resist rght now and it’s all your fault. i played a Death Knight for WotLK but I so miss the rogue.

    what do do!

  22. by xSparkinx, on December 25 2009 @ 10:56 pm


    i can help u

  23. by GeraldWatercrest, on January 13 2010 @ 12:05 am


    I finally took the bait a couple years ago and gave this game a shot. After playing Dark Age of Camelot for so long, I felt very unimpressed by the small amount of races and classes that were offered. Maybe it’s just me, but “Warlock” and “Mage” are plain vanilla in the faces of “Cabalist” and “Theugist”.

    Nice video, nonetheless…very well done.

  24. by vintagevideogamegeek, on February 13 2010 @ 3:35 am


    3:23 LOL…nice Matt.

  25. by vintagevideogamegeek, on February 13 2010 @ 3:42 am


    Oddly enough, I just got a slew of phishing e-mails looking for WoW account information. The funny thing is I have never played the game. People are losers.

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